Revealed: The drastic measures West Brom’s rivals are taking to halt their promotion push
West Bromwich Albion’s start to life under Slaven Bilic could scarcely have gone smoother.
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In the summer window, Albion swooped for three players from their Championship rivals, Darnell Furlong arrived from QPR, Kenneth Zohore from Cardiff and of course, the man of the moment, Romaine Sawyers signed from Brentford.
It is claimed that Albion bosses have bough executive season tickets at several grounds up and down the country for their scouts to use.
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The move follows a number of their talent spotters finding access into some stadiums difficult to come by, with some teams shutting up shop in order to keep their most prized assets.
As Bilic’s side have been doing on the pitch, it seems the Baggies are finding creative ways of progressing off the pitch.